We are always happy to help you get past the "bumps" in your projects. If you need more than a few minutes of help, we are offer more in-depth, personalized instruction on an appointment basis.
To register for group classes, please stop in or call the shop at 503-227-7746.
Payment for a group class is required at time of registration to secure your space.
Should you need to cancel after payment, store credit will be issued if cancellation occurs at least 2 days prior to the first class session.
Otherwise, store credit is only given if your space is filled by another student.
Should the class be cancelled by the shop for any reason, refunds will be issued or your registration fee can be applied to a different class at your request.
Students receive a 10% discount on all materials purchased during class. Spinning wheels and Addi needles are not included in this discount.
Need some help on a project?
We're always ready to help you get over small "speed bumps" on your projects. But if you find that you would like a bit more focused and detailed assistance, or if you are a brand new knitter or crocheter and need a helping hand, we've got a solution for you.
Every other Saturday from 3:00 to 5:00, Stacey is here to help you. Whether you need help on a specific knit or crochet project or you'd like to start from scratch and learn a new skill, Stacey is here for you. Each 2-hour session is $20 and you'll receive a 10% discount on any materials purchased during clinic time.
Next session will be Saturday, May 24th.
Special arrangements can be made for other times, if needed. Just give us a call!
Alexandra's Crafts (Silverton)
Art by Eve (Oregon) - Lace weight Alpaca/Silk blend
Caress Luxury Yarns - Alpaca & fine Merino (Albany, Oregon)
Mountain Colors (Montana)
Mountain Meadow Wool (Wyoming)
Spincycle Yarns (Washington)
Thoroughly Thwacked (Hillsboro)
Wanton Fibers (Canby)
Beyond the Northwest
Cestari - Sea Island Cotton/Wool/Silk, 2-ply Traditional Wool
Dream in Color (Chicago) - Classy
Ewe Ewe Yarns - Wooly Worsted, Ewe So Sporty(made in Italy)
Zitron - Unisono (17 solid colors and 11 variegated), Filigran lace (solid and non-repeating colors)
Dicentra Designs (Dallas, Oregon)
Thoroughly Thwacked (Hillsboro, Oregon)
Beyond the Northwest
Frabjous Fibers (Vermont)
Wide selection of bulk fibers in natural and dyed colors, sold by the ounce
Cascade Spindle Company (Washington)
Spinning Wheels and Looms
National Custom Spinning Works (Washington)
exclusive Oregon dealer
Did you know we provide these services?
We are happy to help you "over the hump" on any knitting project, often at no charge. If you need more intensive instruction on a technique or project, an hourly charge will apply.
Have a lace project you've finished, but you don't know how (or don't want to) block it yourself? No problem. Bring it in and we'll do the blocking for you. Cost varies depending on project. Blocking an average shawl costs approximately $15.
Did you knit all the pieces of a sweater, but never got around to putting it together? We can do the finishing for you. Bring your project in for an estimate of cost.
Did you visit Portland and stop in the shop only to find that once you got home you couldn't stop thinking about one of our products? No problem! Just drop us an email or give us a call and we'll be happy to work with you. It's better than online shopping because it's personalized to you!
Does your favorite sweater have a hole? We can fix it for you! While not everything can be saved, most can be patched up nicely.
Cindy Abernethy, Pearl Fiber Arts
Having a craft-related store has long been a dream.
As often happens, life has other plans, though, and I spent a lot of years in high tech instead.
As Captain Kirk of Star Trek fame said, "I like to think there are always. . . possibilities."
And so when I saw the opportunity for a new yarn store in the Pearl District, I jumped on it.
My vision for the store is to provide a place where you can come and see, touch, experience the wonderful yarns and fibers produced by independent Northwest fiber artists as well as many other fine products produced both in the United States and abroad.
Spinning has been growing in popularity in Portland for quite some time, yet the availability of spinning fiber has been small.
Pearl Fiber Arts is changing that. You'll find hand-dyed rovings as well as a variety of fibers in natural colors, available for purchase by the ounce so that you can experiment. All fibers in the shop are suitable for spinning as well as felting. There are few boundaries to the possibilities for creativity here!
I hope you'll stop by and join me on this adventure.
Who knows what surprises you might find! Above all, you'll find quality products, lots of information about them, a service with a smile.
disclaimer:pricing and availability subject to change.